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ffi The Assessment Institute for Foods, Drugs and Cosmetics

INDONESIAN COUNCIL OF ULAMA


Majelis Ulama Indonesia Building 3"d floor, Jl. Proklamasi No, 51, Menteng - Jakarta Pusat. Telp.62-213918890 Fax.62-213918915
Kampus IPB Barangsiang Jl. Raya Pajajaran Bogor, Telp" 62-2518358748 (Ilunting); Fax.62-25L 8358747

DECREE OF
ASSESSMENT INSTITUTE FOR FOODS, DRUGS, AND COSMETICS
INDONESIAN COUNCIL OF ULAMA
On
HALAL POSITIVE LIST OF MATERIALS

Number: SK07/Dir/LPPOM MUI/I/I 3

The Executive Committee of LPPOM MUI, after:

Considering Whereas, in order to improve efficiency and effectiveness


of Halal Certification Registration in the Assessment
Institute for Foods, Drugs, and Cosmetics Indonesian
Council of Ulama (LPPOM-MUI), it is required to
determine the Halal Positive List of Materials for
companies.

2. Whereas, the content contained herein in this decree are


deemed necessary to support the set operations and
administrative system of the LPPOM MUI.

In view of : 1. Decree of LPPOM MUI Director Number


SKl4/Dir/LPPOM MIJIIIVIl2 on the Requirements of
MUI Halal Certification (HAS 23000 SERIES).

2. Minutes of Plenary Session of the Assessment Institute


for Foods, Drugs, and Cosmetics Indonesian Council of
Ulama (LPPOM-MUI) dated 8 November 2012.

Notice Working Programs of the Assessment Institute for Foods,


Drugs, and Cosmetics, the Indonesian Council of Ulama
(LPPOM-MUI) Year 2013.

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Kampus IPB Barangsiang Jl. Raya Pajajaran Bogor, Telp. 62-2518358748 (Hunting); Fax.62-2518358747

HEREBY DECIDES

STIPULATE
: 1. The implementation of Halal Positive List of Materials.

2. This decree shall come into force as of the date of its


enactment and should there be any mistakes found, an
amendment and revision thereof shall be made
accordinglY.

Determined in Jakarta
Dated 30 January 2013

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE LPPOM MUI MUI


Director,

Ir. Lukmanul Hakim, M.Si

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Attachment of Decree Number: SKO7/Dir/LPPOM MUI/I/l3

HALAL POSITIVE LIST OF MATERIALS

Halal Positive List of Materials consists of all non critical materials, in terms of their
halalness status, commonly used in prosessing industries. This list was made based on the
assessment done by LPPOM MUi by taking into consideration the sources of materials used
in commercially production scales. Companies using materials listed in Halal Positive List
of Materials will get advantages as follows.

1. In selection process of new materials, materials listed in Halal Positive List of Materials
does not require material approval from LPPOM MUI prior to use.
2. In incoming material inspection process, materials listed in Halal Positive List of
Materials does not require the suitability checking of the material name, manufacture's
name and country of origin.
a
-). In product cerlification registration process, no halal supporting material document is
required for products using any materials listed in Halal Positive List of Materials. If
the materials are registered in different trade name with any materials in the Halal
Positive List, it is still required halal supporting document in order to make sure the
materials are the same with any materials in the list. During the audit process, the
auditor may check the supporting documents when necessary.

Halal Positive List of Materials is given in the following table.

No Material Name Group Remark

MINING MATERIALS
I Mining materials: In commercial production scale,
L Metal/non metal: Aluminum (Al), materials are originated from mines
Chromium (Cr), Magnesium (Mg),
Sodium (Na), Nickel (Ni), Silicon
(Si), Tin (Sn), Titanium (Ti), Zink
(zn)
2. Metal/non metal oxides: MgO, NiO,
SiOz, SnO, TiOz,ZnO,
3. Oxrdazinglreducing agent from
metal/non metal such as hydrogen
peroxide (HzOz) and sodium
borohydride NaBH+)

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4. Clay
5. Activated earth/Bleaching earth:
bentonite, diatomite, kaolin, zeolite
6. Limestone
7. Activated alumina
8. Coal
9. Asbestos
10. Perlite
I l. Calcium oxide
CHEMICAL MATERIALS
2. Gas: hydrogen (Hz), chlorine (Clz), These materials are originated from air
nitrogen (1.{z), oxygen (Oz), or produced by reacting gas components
carbondioxide (CO2), ammonia G.{H:), which are originated from air.
hydrogen sulfide (HzS)
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J. Synthetic colors: In commercial production scale, these
1. E102 TarlrazinelFD&C Yellow 5 materials are produced synthetically by
2. E104 Quinoline Yellow/Food reacting chemical materials originated
Yellow l3 from petrochemicals and/or rock. If
3. El10 Sunset Yellow FCFiFD&C there is a purification stage in the
Yellow 6 production process, it is done by using
4. E122 Carmoisine/Azorubine activated carbon which may be
5. E124 Ponceau 4R originated from wood, or charcoal, or
6. El27 Erythrosine BS/FD&C Red 3 coconut shell, or mines.
7. El29 Allura Red AC/FD&C Red 40
8. El32 Indigotine/Indigo Carmine/
FD&C Blue 2
9. E133 Brilliant Blue FCF/ FD&C
Blue I
10. E155 Eurocert Brown HT /
Chocolate Brown HT
11. E17l Titanium dioxide
12. E l03 Chrysoine resorcinol
13. El05 Fast Yellow AB
14. El07 Yellow 2G
15. E128 Red 2G
16. E13l Patent Blue V
17 . El42 Green S/Acid Brilliant Green
BS
18. E151 Black PN/Brilliant Black BN

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19. El54 Brown FK
20. 81,7 0 Calcium carbonate
21.El72lron oxides and hydroxides
22. EI80 Pigment rubine/Lithol rubine
BK
4. Synthetic antioxidant (Buty I at e d In commercial production scale, these
Hydroxyanisole) materials are obtained synthetically by
1. BHT (Butylated Hydroxytolune) reacting chemical materials originated
2. TBHQ (Tertiary from petrochemicals.
BuQlhydroquinone)
5. Short-chain organic acids containing C1- Organic acid is an organic compound
7. including: having a carboxylic group (-COOH)
1. Acetic acid (CzH+Oz) and acidic properties. This compound is
2. Benzoic acid (CzHoOz) also found in salt form as sodium,
3. Formic acid (HCOOH) potassium, or calcium. In nature, short-
4. Phthalic acid (CoH+(CO2H)2) chain (Cr-C7) organic acids are widely
5. Fumaric acid (acid/trans- distributed in plant and animal tissues.
butenedioic acid, However, in commercial production
HOzCCH:CHCO2H) scale, this organic acid is generally
6. Gluconic acid (CoHrzOz) produced from chemical reaction or
7. Glucoronic acid (B-D- from plants.
glucopyranuronic acid, C6H1oO)
8. Glutaric acid (C3H6(COOH)2)
9. Hexanoic/caprilic acid
(cH3(cH2)4cooH)
10. (DL) Malic acid
(hydroxybutanedio ic acid,
HOzCCHzCHOHCO2H)
I L Malonic acid (CH2(COOH)2)
12. Oxalic acid (H2C2Oa)
1 3. Pentanoic/valeric acid

(cH3(cH2)3cooH)
14. Propionic acid (CH3CH2COOH)
15. Sorbic acid (2,4-hexadienoic acid,
CaHsOz)
16. Succinic acid (butanedioic acid)
17. Tarlaric acid (2,3-
dihydroxybutanedioic acid)

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6 Salts of organic acids: Salt is produced by reacting chemically


1. Ascorbate salt between organic acids listed in Halal
2. Benzoate salt Positive List of Materials (Number 5) or
3. Butyrate salt organic acids obtained from a microbial
4. Hydrogen phthalate salt process of base compound.
5. Lactate salt
6. Oxalate salt
7. Propionate salt
8. Citrate salt
9. Sorbate salt
10. Succinate salt

7, Organic base: pyridine, THF In commercial production scale, these


(tetrahydropyran), triethylamine materials are of petrochemical origin.
8 Inorganic acids: boric acid (H3B03), In commercial production scale, these
phosphoric acid (H3POa), carbonic acid materials are of petrochemical origin.
(HzCO:), chloric acid (HCl), nitric acid
(HNO3), perchloric (HClOa), and
sulphuric acid (H2SOa)
9 Inorganic base: ammonium G.JH+OH), In commercial production scale, these
barium hydroxide (Ba(OH)z), potassium materials are of petrochemical origin.
hydroxide (KOH), calcium hydroxide
(Ca(OH)2), sodium hydroxide GllaOH)
10 Salt (lnorganic acid-base): In commercial production scale, these
l. Phosphate salt group: sodium materials are produced synthetically by
phosphate Qrla3PO4), sodium reacting chemical materials originating
dihydrogen phosphate Q.JaH2POa),
from petrochemicals. If there is a
sodium hydrogen phosphate purification stage in the production
process, it is commonly done by using
Q.Ja2HPOa), ammonium phosphate
((NH4)3POa), Na-hexametaphosphate activated carbon which may be
2. Carbonate salt group: ammonium originated from wood, charcoal, coconut
carbonate (G.JH4)2C03), potassium shell, or mine.
carbonate (KzCO:), sodium Exception: if there are any additives
carbonate (NazCO:) such as anticaking.
3, Chloride salt group: ammonium
chloride (NIH4CI), potassium
chloride (KCl), calcium chloride
(CaC12), sodium chloride Q\aCl),
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sodiunl chlorite (NaCl02), sodium
chlorate (NaClO:)
4. Nitrate salt group: potassium nitrate
(KNO3), sodium nitrate (NaNO:)
5. Nitrite salt group: sodium nitrite
(l'{aNOz)
6. Sulphate salt group: aluminum
sulphate/alum [Al2(SO4)3.18H2O],
ammonium sulphate ((NIH4)2S04),
ferro sulphate (FeSOa), potassium
sulphate (KzSO+), sodium sulphate
Q.,lau SO+).
7. Sulfite salt group: Na-metabisulfite
PLANT MATERIALS
l1 Fresh/dried plant materials : Fresh plant materials are those
l. Fruits originating from plants without any
2. Vegetables further process.
3. Cereals Dried plant materials are obtained by
4. Tubers drying the materials using natural heat
5. Nuts or heat produced by a machine. The
6. Simplisia (dried form) materials can be in a whole/unprocessed
7. Seaweed plant or cut/ground form without any
additives or processing aid.
I2 Processed plant materials/by-products Products are obtained from physically
of processed plant material: processed plant materials with or
1. Cassava flour without any additives which are
2. Sago flour generally chemicals. Physical
3. Rice flour processes include grinding, cuttting,
4. Glutinous rice flour sieving, precipitating, drying, etc.
5. Corn flour
6. Sweet potato flour
7. Mung bean flour
8. Soybean flour
9. Sorghum flour
10. Tapioca
1 1. Corn starch
12. Sago starch
13. Corn grits
14. Tofu

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15. Tofu skin/bean curd skin
16. Soybean cake
17. Peanut cake

t3 Rice vermicelli, glass vermicelli, misoa In commercial production scale, the


(dried) materials are processed by heating the
mixture of tapioca/rice flour and water
(as processing aid). The mixture is then
molded and dried.
T4 Plant oil: In commercial production scale, plant
L Virgin sesame oil oil is processed by extracting the oil
2. Virgin olive oil source such as sesame seed. In the
purification process, processing aid,
which in general are mines, can be
added.
Exception: if there are any additives
15 Fresh/dried algae: Algae are grown in ponds, harvested by
1. Chlorella ellipsoides centrifugation, and then washed and
2. Spirulina spp dried without any additives
3. Scenedesmus spp

ANIMAL MATERIALS
t6 Materials resulted from halal animals: Materials are obtained from halal
l. Pure honey animals without any additional
2. Fresh milk material or salt.
3. Fresh/salted egg

17 Fresh/frozenldried/salted aquatic Fresh aquatic animals are obtained


animals without further process. Frozen
aquatic animals are obtained by freezing
the animals in the form of whole animal
or fillet without any additives. Dried
aquatic animals are obtained by drying.
Salted water animals are obtained by
salt addition and drying.

MICROBIAL MATERIALS
l8 Microbial products: Products are obtained from naturally
1. Angkak (Chinese fermented red fermented plant materials or milk.
rice)

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2. Dadih (fermented buffalo milk from
West Sumatra)
3. Raw Nata (nata de coco, nata de
aloe, nata de pina, etc.)
4. Natto
5. Black oncom
6. Pted oncom
7 . Tapai (fermented glutinous rice or
cassava)
8. Tempeh

OTHERS
t9 Gum-polymers or pure hydrokoloid and In commercial production scale, the
their salts: materials are obtained by physically
1. Alginate extracting plants followed by
2. Galactomannan purification using chemicals. Salts from
3. Glucomannan gum polymers or hydrokoloid are
4. Guar gum generally obtained by reacting them
5. Gum Arabic with a chemical material.
6. Carrageenan Exception: if there are any additives.
7. Konjac gum
8. Tara gum
20 Cellulose-based polymers: cellulose, Cellulose is an organic compound
CMC (Carboxy Methyl Cellulose), naturally found in plants. This material
cellulose diacetate, cellulose ether, can be chemically modified to produce
cellulose triacetate cellulose-based polymers.
2t Synthetic polymers: polyethylene (PE), These polymers are generally obtained
polypropylene (PP), polystyrene (PS), synthetically, from monomers which are
polyvinyl alcohol (PVA), polyvinyl produced by refining petroleum
chloride (PVC), polyvinylpyrrolidone,
polyacrylate and its salts, polyether,
polyurea, polyurethane, polyamine.
22 Industrial water Industrial water is water used as raw
material for industry, which is
undergone water treatment process or
not. This includes well water, tap water,
and water of industrial zone. The
critical point of industrial water is the
processing aid used in purification stase.

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Studies showed that in purification stage
may use activated carbon, ion
resin, and sand filter.
exchanged
Commonly activated carbon is
originated from wood, coal, and coconut
shell. Ion exchanged resin used in
industrial water treatment generally
does not use gelatine as a dispersing
agent in its production process.

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